The Dog House Saloon will host a pool tournament with proceeds to benefit the Tehachapi Cancer Foundation beginning April 15. The tournament will be held each Wednesday through June 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. All net proceeds will stay in Tehachapi, with a percentage to go to local cancer patient Brant Lewter.
Buy-in will cost $10, and bar rules and elimination play will apply. Weekly cash payouts will be awarded with the grand champion payout to be awarded on June 17.
Last week I was scheduled for radio broadcasts for CSUB baseball at UC Irvine; instead of traveling the normal team bus and hotel route, I elected for another alternative, the Costelloe Cruiser.
Tehachapi varsity softball earned a much-needed 3-2 victory over West High School Thursday, March 26 at home.
Tehachapi High School's varsity baseball team bounced back from Tuesday's disappointing 6-2 loss at Ridgeview to soundly defeat Bakersfield's West High Vikings 13-3 Wednesday, March 25, at home.
Tehachapi High School's mens golf team took to the links to score their second SYL match victory of the season Tuesday, March 24.
Warriors take down Ridgeview and West at home
The Warriors have officially completed the first half of league play and are currently undefeated in the South Yosemite League standings after a 8-1 win over Ridgeview and a 6-3 victory over West last week.
Members of the Tehachapi High School swim team are off to a great start for the season.
Coach Doug DeGeer has provided an update on Warriors' JV Baseball. "Right now we are 5-0 in league play," the coach said. "We have only given up one run in league and have mercy ruled all of our league opponents so far.
Good fishing in the area over last week, Brite Lake being stocked for upcoming April 18 Fishing Derby.
Jacobsen Bulldogs 6th and 7th grade boys basketball team finished their season undefeated, winning 23 games. They went on to win the League Tournament, bringing home the first place Bear Mountain League Trophy. Congratulations to all the boys and Coach Sheen for a successful season. Pictured are: (back row, from left) Bryson Sheen, Carson Wolff, Joseph Luna, Brandon Neaderbaomer, Joseph Hughes, Brady Campbell and Coach Scott Sheen; (front row, from left) Mason Madden, Logan OBeirne, Zach King, Nathanael Betz, Jamie Dayton, Andrew Boyd, Daniel Keefe, Ryan Jones and Joseph Ehrlich.
The Tehachapi High School Boy's varsity baseball team extended its winning streak to four with last Thursday's 7-5 victory over Bakersfield's Golden Valley Bulldogs, placing them at the top of the South Yosemite League's Central Section.
Nearing the league halfway mark, Warrior tennis has turned in some impressive results, including recently eclipsing their overall win total from last season.